macbook pro 15" how it handle vibrations from stereo speakers or other things?

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by abley22, Jan 7, 2014.

  1. abley22 macrumors member

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    Hi.

    I have a macbook pro 15" late 2013 and i wonder how it like vibrations?

    In my room i have 2x cerwin vega 12" front speakers and a 12" subwoofer.
    When i see movies or listen to music at high volume its like an earthquake inside my rom and i feel the macbook vibrates when it stands on my table.

    Its also often that somebody bump into the table where the macbook stands so it also get a little stuck/vibrations from the table it stands on.

    Could this be a problem in the future or could i use it to play high music from spotify and use it to play movies on my big stereo system?

    I don't know how the small parts inside can handle this over time, but i have reed that the ssd handle it lot better than the old disk, but what about the other components inside?
     
  2. snaky69 macrumors 603

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    The only moving part likely to get affected by vibration is the mechanical hard drive. A SSD has no moving parts thus is unnafected by vibration or shocks.
     
  3. tmoerel macrumors 6502

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    I would be much more worried about hearing damage than about computer damage in your case!!
     
  4. GSPice macrumors 68000

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    Don't worry about it.

    Only on mythbusters would they be able to figure out how to disassemble a rMBP using only speakers.
     
  5. dusk007 macrumors 68040

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    There isn't even any glass. I guess you might need some might powerful sonic waves to cause any damage at the right frequency.
     
  6. sunnyj macrumors 6502

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  7. VI™ macrumors 6502a

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    I know in the older ones with the mechanical HDDs that vibration would cause the safety feature that stops the drive in case of fall/etc... to shut off. How? Well trying to record in a sound proof roof with the computer in the room itself won't let you accomplish much when your HDD keeps shutting off and stopping Logic from recording. :cool:
     

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